“Carefully selected, this assemblage of Sandburg poems includes many that are not often included in collections of his work for young readers. The quality of the writing is matched by the strong, dramatic wood engravings.”--The Bulletin
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FRITZ EICHENBERG (1901-19XX) was an artist of wide-ranging talents, from colorful illustrations for children's books such as Ape in a Cape for which he won the Caldecott Medal to wood engravings for books by Poe, Shakespeare, and Tolstoy. Born and trained in Germany, he moved to New York City in 1933 where he continued to work as a fine artist, graphic designer, and teacher whose work is represented in museums and galleries nationwide and around the world.Review:
Boxes And Bags
Bright Conversation With Saint-ex
Corn And Beans
Crossing Ohio When Poppies Bloom In Ashtabula
Different Kinds Of Good-by
Fourth Of July Night
Heavy And Light
I Know Something, But I Shan't Tell
I Love You
Is Wisdom A Lot Of Language?
Lines Written For Gene Kelly To Dance To
Little Girl, Be Careful What You Say
Money Is Power: So Said One
Old Deep Sing-song
The People, Yes: 3
The People, Yes: 9
Prayers Of Steel
Santa Fe Sketches
Sketch Of A Poet
Spring Cries: 1
Spring Cries: 2
Spring Cries: 3
Two Moon Fantasies
Was Ever A Dream A Drum?
The White Man Drew A Small Circle In The Sand
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®
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Descrizione libro Sandpiper, 1984. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P11015265481X
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Descrizione libro Sandpiper, 1984. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX015265481X